It is located withi the eighth regio of the Upper Egypt regios, ad it was called “Taor”, the great lad. It was also called “Abu Jou”, from which it derived its curret ame “Abydos”. It was a ceter of worship of the goddess “Khati Amateo” before it became the ceter of the worship of “Auser”. Abidos is oe of the richest sites i Egypt. It cotais the Temple of Kig City I, oe of the most importat temples i Egypt due to its uique architectural desig, the beauty of its egravigs ad the spledor of its colors, as well as a large umber of uique views. To the west of the temple there are the Assyrias, which is a symbolic shrie to the miister of the god of the Baath ad eterity ad the other world, ad the Azurias drop from the level of the floor of the temple about 18 m. The area also icludes the temple of Kig Ramses II dedicated to the worship of Osir, some of whose walls depicted scees of the Battle of Kadesh. The area also cotais several archeological sites such as the tombs of the kigs of the first ad secod families, the raisi, the jabbaa of the falcos, the kum el-Sulta, ad the mother of the jabaab.